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A change for the better? Arizona set to add shot clocks for high school basketball
PHOENIX – Arizona high school basketball divisions 6A-3A have decided to adopt the 35-second shot clock outlined by the NFHS. A majority of coaches are praising the decision, but logistical and financial issues are causing trouble for Arizona schools.
‘A bunch of guys who came together’: Sunnyslope basketball’s memorable 3-year run often overlooked
PHOENIX – Sunnyslope basketball’s class of 2018 featured a memorable run with three state title appearances and back-to-back championships. Yet the program is rarely mentioned among recent high school powerhouses.
Thom Ortiz embraces new challenge: reviving Saguaro wrestling program
PHOENIX – After six years, Saguaro High School will revive its wrestling program with Arizona State national champion wrestler and three-time All American Thom Ortiz at the helm.
While Suns sort out free agency, Mikal Bridges delivers for young basketball campers
PHOENIX – With rumors of blockbuster offseason deals in the air, Phoenix Suns forward Mikal Bridges hosted his first youth camp at “The PHHacility” in Phoenix.
‘I beat the odds’: Friends, family help Arizona’s Dalen Terry celebrate NBA draft selection
SCOTTSDALE – Arizona’s Dalen Terry was selected 18th overall by the Chicago Bulls while surrounded by family and friends at his NBA draft party in Scottsdale.
From Damian Lillard to Patrick Ewing, stars come out for Section 7 high school basketball tournament
GLENDALE – State Farm Stadium hosted the Section 7 tournament last weekend where top prospects including Jared McCain showcased their skills in front of over 500 college coaches. Arizona coach Tommy Lloyd was there watching the nation’s best players.
Love high school hoops? Section Seven draws nation’s top players, college coaches to Glendale
PHOENIX – Section Seven at State Farm Stadium will feature many of the nation’s top high school basketball prospects and will draw over 500 college coaches.
‘What team is best’? Proposed open division tournament for high school basketball could provide answer
PHOENIX – High school basketball coaches in Arizona are optimistic that a proposed open division tournament will create an unmatched competitive environment and keep the best players at their home schools.